in a dog, the dog is more likely to offer you the behavior again. >> so, if you're trying to get him to sit as you're doing here -- >> yes. >> -- and pay attention to you. >> sit. good, good, good, good. and what he's learning is that good things happen to him. so, instead of this confrontational relationship between owner and dog, you're having a relationship that the owner -- that the dog wants to be with you. >> right, right. >> it's a relationship based on cooperation, not domination. >> it's building that trust rather than, exactly, that domination. >> exactly. good, good. >> you're going to show us as well, now, i guess little blake here is a little touch shy. >> yes. >> and of course, little kids when they see puppies, the first thing they want to do is run up to them and put their hands to them, right? which can be dangerous. >> it can. and it's really important for puppies, especially, to be taught that the approach of hands is okay. >> right. >> so, what i do with her -- sorry, with blake. here. touch. good. so, blake suddenly sees the approach of the hand. touch. good. as being something good rather than something to be frightened of.